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A city of northeast Ohio between Cleveland and Pittsburgh. It developed as an industrial center in a mining region.


(Placename) a city in NE Ohio: a major centre of steel production: university (1908). Pop: 79 271 (2003 est)



a city in NE Ohio. 101,150.
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Noun1.Youngstown - a city in northeast Ohio
Buckeye State, OH, Ohio - a midwestern state in north central United States in the Great Lakes region
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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (AP) -- Residents in northeastern Ohio at least 60 years old can earn college tuition credits by volunteering at youth-oriented programs.
com)-- On Sunday evening, November 30, 2014, Youngstown, Ohio honored its regional musical heritage with the first annual Youngstown Music Awards (YMA) ceremony at the Rodeo Music Hall in Austintown, OH.
Youngstown, Ohio, is at the center of a larger metropolitan statistical area (MSA) that includes the cities of Youngstown, Warren, and Boardman, Ohio, and the counties of Trumbull and Mahoning in Ohio and Mercer in Pennsylvania.
Youngstown Metropolitan Housing Authority commissioners approved a $256,600 contract Friday with Prout Boiler, Heating and Welding Inc.
Tubular solutions company Vallourec dedicated a new pipe mill in Youngstown, OH, primarily designed to serve the North American shale market.
PART-OWNER John Glews is hoping Youngstown can fulfil his long-term John Smith's Grand National aim after his latest victory at Catterick.
Maguire secured the three-timer aboard the Donald McCain pair of Jim Tango and Youngstown and the Jim Old-trained Broughton Green.
The on-song rider cemented his third-place standing in the jump jockeys' championship with victories aboard the Donald McCain pair of Jim Tango and Youngstown and the Jim Old-trained Broughton Green.
Marty Wilhelm, an owner of Youngstown (Ohio) Iron & Metal Inc.
SGV loses: San Gabriel Valley's Babe Ruth All-Star team, featuring six baseball players from Crescenta Valley High of La Crescenta, suffered a 2-1 loss Saturday to Ohio state champion Youngstown in its opening game of the 16- to 18-year-old World Series at Don Edwards Park in Newark, Ohio.
Walter Swita, of Youngstown, had been robbed and beaten six weeks earlier, and so he had begun parking across the street from his house, rather than behind it, and he had begun carrying a gun, a weapon that he had owned since WWII.